I have been involved in Saint Louis politics since he was 9 years old, delivering voter literature from door to door. I graduated from Sumner High School in May of 1975 and joined the Army shortly after. After 3 year enlistment, I enrolled at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, where I received a Bachelor’s in Political Science and minor in Public Administration. Upon return to Saint Louis, I ran for public office. In 2012, I was elected committeeman for the 4th Ward, where he served until 2016.
As the election cycle draws to a close, I want to thank everyone who has supported me, and all of you who have been so appreciative, interested and welcoming as I have knocked on your doors. For those of you who have not met me, please know that if elected my objectives are: 1) Ensure unbiased information is provided to everyone and maintain our sense of community. 2) Sound financial management that maintains high safety standards while addressing infrastructure deficiencies by shifting resources back to investment in our community. 3) Be more proactive in attracting new businesses to our town, address current vacancies, and support our current businesses.
My background in housing development, code enforcement and building projects is just what we need to revitalize our neighborhoods. This is a critical skill set that has been missing from city leadership for some time. Our school, this is an important perspective that should be represented within the city because schools are a cornerstone of our vibrant community.
Election day is fast approaching and in local elections your vote has a tremendous influence – candidates have won on a margin of 7 votes. I respectfully ask for your vote March 5th.
P.S. Feel free to stop by my campaign headquarters anytime and enjoy a cup of coffee.
Meet & Greet Every Monday until
March 4th. 6:00 - 9:00PM
2921 Bishop P L Scott Ave,
St. Louis, MO